The Ogle Cabin, built in 1807 by Martha Jane Husky Ogle on behalf of her deceased husband William, is the most significant of all of the Gatlinburg cabins. In honor of the Gatlinburg cabin’s 200th anniversary, and coinciding with the town’s bicentennial celebration, the Ogle Cabin was added to the National Park Service’s National Register of Historic Places, along with several other buildings in the area. At the same time, the Ogle Cabin was given National and Tennessee Register of Historic Places designation.
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